Fujitsu Image Scanners Organisational Intelligence Research Report 2020
This report was commissioned by PFU (EMEA) Limited
Based on independent research by B2B International, it examines how digital transformation is enabling Organisational Intelligence.
By drawing on new research with 1200+ IT and business decision makers from across Europe, it highlights the ambitions behind digital transformation journeys.
To enable you to look critically at your own organisation, it also focuses on the triggers that underpin activity, highlights risks to mitigate against, and showcases how organisations are achieving success using information capture.
Our report examines how digital transformation is enabling Organisational Intelligence. To enable you to look critically at your own organisation, it also focuses on the triggers that underpin activity, highlights risks to mitigate against, and showcases how organisations are achieving success.
How do businesses bring data into their decision making process?
To gain further insight and to establish the requirements of your digital transformation journey, ask yourself the following questions:
- How do you approach communication?
- How does your company create value?
- How do people within your organisation access the information they need to perform their function?
- How is your business environment changing?
In this report, you will find a framework to answer these questions.
We detail the ambition of organisations, the triggers for digital transformation, the barriers that are faced, and how success can be achieved.
Enabling the world's flow of knowledge
PFU (EMEA) Limited is dedicated to enabling the world's flow of knowledge
What is organisational intelligence - and how does it make sense of digital transformation?
Organisational Intelligence is the capacity of an organisation to derive maximum value from its information.
It involves the ability to create flexible knowledge pathways that add value at every stage to every employee.
An intelligent organisation uses insight to strategically adapt to its environment or marketplace.
This report was commissioned by PFU (EMEA) Limited.
It is based on independent research by B2B International and written by gyro UK.
The report includes both qualitative and quantitative findings from surveying a total of 1200+ business and IT leaders from across Europe.
Data was gathered and collected by an online survey detailing the responses from a range of company sizes, and number of respondents equally weighted from the UK, Spain, France, Germany, and Italy.
All respondents were senior decision makers or influences in the purchase of IT hardware or software in mid-large sized organisations.
All responses were provided anonymously.